Imagine being somewhere with 100,000 people who all feel that another world is possible, and also want to do something to help make it happen.
Returning to London from Bombay was like moving from technicolor to black and white.
The very first thing to hit you when you enter Nesco Grounds, the enormous area where WSF was held, is the feeling of taking part in a massive meaningful festival.
I attended the WSF in Mumbai and it was truly an amazing experience. The atmosphere was electric and I am so glad I had the opportunity to go.
Photo: Jess Hurd
Friday, 16 January 2004 There are about 80,000 observers and delegates from all over India, Nepal, Bhutan, Korea, Africa as well as Europe and the Americas.
What is most striking about this forum compared to those in Porto Alegre is the change in composition. The people are very dark;
Friday, 16 January 2004 Here’s what GR’s very own John Sinha had to make of his first few days in Mumbai: